Application deadline for Fall 2014 is February 1, 2014.
The application process is now online! If you submitted your application materials via mail to our department, you do not need to resubmit to the online system unless directed to do so. If you have begun the application process under the old (mail-in) system, please contact the Administrative Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Apply online to the Graduate College by February 1.
- Note: Along with a one-time, non-reimbursable fee, the Graduate College will ask for official copies of your transcripts. If you choose to send any payments or material via mail, be sure to send them to the Graduate College, not the Counselor Education department.
Overview of documents required for the Master Arts in Counseling application (documents will be submitted online ):
a. Letter of application describing:
- Professional experiences as they support your desire to be a school counselor or a counselor in the field of addiction.
- Career goals.
- Reasons for your interest in this program including your vision about the role of a school counselor in the public schools or the role of an addiction counselor in a mental health agency.
b. Current resume.
c. Three (3) current letters of reference supporting your qualifications for a counseling program and graduate work.
Please note: These are the application instructions for the Masters of Arts in Counseling Program. If you wish to apply for a second program, certificate or degree, you must submit a second online application. If you are also applying to the Graduate Certificate in Addiction Studies or the Graduate Certificate for Gerontological Studies, a separate application is required. Please go to http://education.boisestate.edu/counselored/addictions-certificate/application-procedure/ for application information for the Graduate Certificate in Addiction Studies and to http://education.boisestate.edu/counselored/gerontology-certificate/application-procedure/ for information for the Certificate in Gerontological Studies.